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Posted by: Greg Williams (ID *****5840) Date: November 06, 2008 at 23:28:00
In Reply to: AUGUSTIN STUIBLE - WUERTTENBERG to OHIO by Glen Irwin of 7

Hi there Glen,
If what I have on my Stuibles is correct, then we are related. The Stevely's as I have them, are part and parcel of the same family. There was indeed an Andreas Stuible who came over in July 1853, who was my Great-great-great-great-grandfather, (b. 1818), but they were actually cousins. He was also from Monsheim in Wurttemberg, but was from a different family line. That branch of Stuibles, who also changed the name to Stevely, settled in Youngstown, Mahoning County, Ohio, where they remained well into the early 20th Century, before dispersing and dying out into other parts of the country. It seems as though it is quite an extensive family going back pretty far. I just discovered it tonight, and am quite excited!

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